Editorial

The Washington Post, Amazon, And The Intelligence Community

Cliff Kincaid | Accuracy in Media

One of The Washington Post’s big disclosures on Sunday was a front-page story about President Donald Trump’s choice of a cemetery. It was the latest contribution from reporter David A. Fahrenthold, whose job it is to probe every aspect of the life of the new President, no matter how esoteric and trivial. On the other hand, when it comes to covering the paper’s owner, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, and his ties to the CIA and the National Security Agency (NSA), the paper is AWOL.

Bezos is known for Amazon.com, the world’s largest online shopping retailer, and said at the time he purchased the paper for $250 million in 2013, “The Post has the good fortune of being the newspaper of the capital city of the United States of America. That’s a great starting point to being a national and even global publication.” Continue reading


Trump’s More Important Immigration Plan

Steven Malanga | City Journal

President Trump has sparked controversy for his plans to build a wall along the Mexican border, for banning travelers from certain countries from entering the U.S., and for stepping up deportations of those here illegally. But in his address to Congress on Tuesday night, Trump spent more time discussing reforms to our legal immigration system, which currently allows some 1 million people a year to enter the country. Most pointedly, Trump pledged to change the current family-based system to one that is skills- or merit-based—as other developed nations have done. “It is a basic principle that those seeking to enter a country ought to be able to support themselves financially. Yet, in America, we do not enforce this rule, straining the very public resources that our poorest citizens rely upon,” Trump said. It’s an idea likely to spark as much opposition from today’s immigration advocates within the Democratic Party as anything else that Trump is proposing. But if he succeeds, Trump would dramatically transform the flow of newcomers in ways that could boost America’s economic output.

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WATCH: Fmr AG Loretta Lynch alludes to blood and death on streets; Says rights being ‘rolled back’ (video)

Loretta Lynch

Loretta Lynch, soon-to-be proud recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal of Law from the University of Virginia

Renee Nal | New Zeal Blog

“…They’ve marched, they’ve bled and yes, some of them died. This is hard. Every good thing is. We have done this before. We can do this again…” – Loretta Lynch, February 28 2017

The official U.S. Senate Democrats Facebook page posted a seriously disturbing video of former attorney general Loretta E. Lynch on February 28, 2017.  The video is less than a minute long, but speaks volumes. Lynch opens with the fear-mongering claim that people are experiencing “great fear and uncertainty.” What is left unsaid, of course, is that the reason for this “great fear” is that Donald Trump was elected as president.

Further and predictably without any specifics, Lynch continues to say that “our rights” are “being assailed, being trampled on and even being rolled back.” Continue reading


Media Collusion with the “Espionage Establishment”

If the intelligence community is trying to bring down a duly elected government of the United States, it is a story that must be told.

Cliff Kincaid | Accuracy in Media

Host Chris Wallace of “Fox News Sunday” spent most of his Sunday show on the subject of whether there is any evidence of Trump officials colluding with Russia to affect the 2016 presidential election. “On the Russian collusion, there’s a lot of smoke, no evidence,” said panelist Bob Woodward of Washington Post Watergate fame.

But we do have substantial evidence of media collusion with the U.S. intelligence community.

“Few understand the CIA and espionage culture as well as [David] Ignatius,” Woodward once said of his colleague, a foreign affairs columnist for the paper. These comments are significant. Ignatius is the Post journalist who received an illegal leak of classified information regarding Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn’s conversations with the Russian ambassador. The disclosure led to Flynn’s resignation as Trump’s national security adviser. Continue reading


Pro-Trump Groups Rally Near White House

Trump Rally

The White House served as the backdrop for the March4Trump and Spirit of America rallies on March 4, 2017 (FxFC Photo)

Tim Hannigan | Fairfax Free Citizen

Two pro-Trump groups converged on Washington, D.C., on Saturday, March 4, to demonstrate their support for President Trump and his policies. The demonstrations were part of a series of “March4Trump” demonstrations (get it?—march for Trump on March 4) intended to send a strong signal to him and his team that the citizens who voted him into the presidency last fall will not be intimidated by the raucous, and sometimes violent, protests waged by Leftists who oppose him. Continue reading


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